The World of Shig Sato

Do you remember where you were in 1991? Some of you do, of course, and some of you don’t. And one of the great thrills of reading is being taken to a time and place you may never have been: Paris, 1870; Dublin, 1904; Rome, 30 A.D.; A galaxy far far away — stories take us to memorable places with people and creatures that entertain us for hours.

View_of_Tokyo_Roppongi_Hills_downtown_from_Mori_TowerThe world of Shig Sato is unique: a long-serving, highly respected police inspector, Sato returns to Azabu Police Station after two years of diplomatic security detail and security assignments for the Imperial Household Agency. Sato’s world is heart of Tokyo – the Imperial Palace, Roppongi, the embassy districts, and Sato knows every inch of it.

Roppongi: served by Sato’s beloved Azabu Police Station, isn’t so different now than it was in 1991. And Sato knew that among many of the foreigners out for a good time in that nightclub district were American servicemen, including some stationed with the U.S. Navy and Marine forces in Yokosuka, 37 miles down the coast. In the Shig Sato mystery The Gangster’s Son, Kimi Yamada’s beloved Cpl. Charlie Parker Jones is a Marine stationed on a American ship at the Navy base.

Sato’s return to Azabu Police station, the murder of Kimi Yamada, and his journey to finding the truth about her killer and himself make The Gangster’s Son

“A highly readable murder novel with authentic Japanese flavor and a fresh, intelligent plot,”

“Unique”

“Gritty”

Enter the World of Shig Sato – to download your ebook version of  The Gangster’s Son click here. To get  Shig Sato Book 2 the Thief’s Mistake click here. And you’re invited to visit my website www.josephmarkbrewer.com  and sign up for my newsletter to get more Shig Sato news, prequels, and learn what goes into writing a series set in Japan. 

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